Who worked in cafeteria becomes a district officer | Fort Bend ISD alum

An old Fort Bend ISD student is working her in place the ranks to assist safeguard students.

Brittany Adams attended Fort Bend ISD like a student, then labored like a cafeteria manager for 11 years. And today, she’s supporting the college district having a badge.

On Monday, Adams was sworn in like a Fort Bend ISD officer by Police Chief David Rider.

Adams labored at FBISD grade school cafeterias for more than ten years before deciding to create a drastic change of career and be a officer.

“I made the decision to get a police officer because I wish to be that courageous figure which i saw in officials when i attended Fort Bend ISD like a student,” Adams stated. “I wish to let the students from the district is the best representation of themselves, whilst protecting everyone and factor that is part of FBISD. I really like this district, and that’s why I came back being an adult and committed myself.”

Adams’ daughter, who presently attends Missouri City Junior High School, seemed to be in the swear-in ceremony to pin the badge on her behalf mother.